In Brussels, WWF’s European Policy Office interviewed each Head of Unit about what the EU needs to do to become truly sustainable and meet its environment and climate targets:
Individuals, businesses and cities in 188 countries and territories worldwide joined Earth Hour to speak up for nature and inspire urgent action for the environment. Thousands of landmarks switched off their lights in solidarity for our planet. Individuals pledged their support for the planet, challenging world leaders to push the preservation of nature up the global agenda.
Ester Asin, Director of WWF’s European Policy Office, called upon the EU to be a leader in a New Deal for Nature and People. The EU can and must lead in this international commitment to stop the loss of nature and to restore our natural resources.
The EU must be a champion for nature protection
Money needs to be used to protect, not harm, the planet
Politicians must prioritise the well-being of people & planet
Time for the EU to commit to saving our ocean
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